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Jan 5, 2013 8:00am EST
site of the attack in rural pakistan the bus was parked with evidence but police have still not caught the gunman. meanwhile malala's classmates at a school run by her father went back to their studies immediately, determined not to be intimidated by violence waiting and still hoping for malala to go home. >> i think once she goes back she'll be a huge personality in her own right and she'll continue to promote the work she's doing. >> but malala won't be returning to pakistan any time soon. she's got many hours of healing and therapy to do which she'll do in her temporary home in britain surrounded by her family. the british and pakistani governments have worked very hard to give the family a stable base here as long as they need it. in fact, the pakistani government even gave her father a temporary diplomatic job. it was named education attachÉ to the consult in birmingham. anthony? >> elizabeth, palmer thanks. >>> an attorney says lance armstrong will. he's considering publicly admitting to the use of performance-enhancing drug. he's banned for life from competing in organized spor
Jan 3, 2013 7:00am EST
leader in pakistan. that taliban leader led attacks against u.s. forces in afghanistan but he had agreed to a truce with pakistan's military. >>> "the new york times" says a highway patrol officer is being sued for allegedly falsifying dozns of dui cases. she pulled over people who she claimed were driving drunk in order to boost her career. she was fired after being named trooper of the year. >>> "usa today" says al jasszez is buying current tc. current tv was co-founded by former vice president al gore. >>> every time there's a mass shooting in america the demand for guns skyrockets. new figures show after the newtown massacre in december, the fbi performed a record number of background checks for people wanting to buy firearms. former cia director john miller is with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> we're seeing sales shoot up. december was a record, right? >> that's right. december is always a record. what you have here is three elements that come together. black friday broke all records. that's the big sales day. on that one day alone 154 guns were sold in a
Jan 8, 2013 7:00am PST
, who served under him, 390 in the past decade in pakistan and yemen, and 340 of those were under obama and brennan, while brennan was serving him. what does that say? is brennan partly responsible for these drone attacks? what does that say about, people are very critical of these drone attacks. >> well success has many fathers and controversy has feuders, the drone attacks brings both. this process was fathered and naureur ud by mike hayden when he was the director of the cia at the very tail end of the bush administration. john brennan comes in at the beginning of the obama administration and builds white house policy and process around it. that's also one of the reasons there are few al qaeda leaders walking around today. >> we've gone from leon panetta to david petraeus briefly and now if john brennan is confirmed, john brennan. is the cia changing? >> the cia has changed drastically drastically, charlie. one of the discussions about john brennan is going to be aside from the counterterrorism paramilitary and drone world they have to get back to regular spying. >> john miller, than
Jan 12, 2013 5:00am PST
afghanistan. most of them is in pakistan. >> well the white house has been concerned about some of those safe havens and al qaeda working with the taliban which is still supporting al qaeda. >> well, i mean if you look way back to when this war started, that's where it all began, right? you had a taliban government in kabul and they let al qaeda in. that's basically the concern, what happens if the taliban comes back. >> dexter, if we've effectively beaten al qaeda in afghanistan, why do we have to be there? >> well that's a good question. i think, again, if you look back to 2001 when we went to war after 9/11 we were going after al qaeda and we went after the government that was giving them sanctuary, which was the taliban. we took that government and we tried for the last 12 years to put something in its place. we tried to build a government and build a state that would stand on its own. it's a very hard country. we haven't really done a very good job of doing that. and so the question that everybody should be asking themselves is, you know can this thing, which we've built, stand on its ow
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